Man charged after allegedly crashing stolen car - Bass Hill

Thursday, 14 September 2017 05:00:31 PM

A man has been charged after allegedly crashing a stolen car at Bass Hill yesterday.

About 11.40pm (Wednesday 13 September 2017), police were called to Orchard Road, Bass Hill, following reports a car had crashed into two parked vehicles.

On arrival, officers were told the driver of a HSV Holden Commodore GTS allegedly crashed into a parked Ford Ranger utility and then left the scene before crashing into a parked NSW Ambulance around the corner.

Officers from Bankstown Local Area Command attended an arrested the driver of the Holden, a 27-year-old man.

He was treated by NSW Ambulance paramedics and taken Liverpool Hospital for assessment under police guard.

Further inquiries revealed that the Holden was allegedly stolen earlier that night from a home in Orchard Road.

Once released from hospital, he was taken to Bankstown Police Station and charged with several offences including:

- Break and enter;

- Larceny (x2);

- Possess housebreaking implements;

- Possess implements to enter/drive conveyance;

- Take & drive conveyance without consent of owner;

- Drive unlicensed;

- Negligent driving (x2);

- Not give particulars to owner of damaged property (x2); and

- Resist officer in execution of duty.

The man was refused bail to appear at Bankstown Local Court today (Thursday 14 September 2017).